David Warner will play in the Caribbean Premier League from St. Lucia’s Stars

In the Ball Tampering case, the Australian team, David Warner, has been included in the St. Lucia Stars for the coming season of the Caribbean Premier League. They are included in the place of Darcy Short. Australia ‘A’ is due to come short on India tour, so Warner got the place.

This former vice-captain of Australia was allowed to play in domestic and domestic T20 matches in any country other than restricted from playing international and Sheffield Shield tournaments.

The General Manager of St. Lucia Stars said that we are excited to get David Warner in the team as he is one of the world‘s best batsmen. He is an important player in the field and in the dressing room.

Significantly, he was convicted for being involved in a ball-tampering case in a Test match against South Africa. After this, the BCCI also stopped him from participating in the IPL, but this will not happen in West Indies‘s Caribbean Premier League and they will be able to play.

Recently, this crisp batsman scored 130 runs in a T20 practice match against the Australia National High-Performance Squad, playing at Allen Border Oval ground in Brisbane. According to a report by Daily Mail Online, David Warner entertained Fans with considerable interest in his innings. Warner also made several great shots during his innings.

During the 130-run innings, Warner made about 18 sixes, some of which went straight out of the Grandstand. Seeing his innings, it was not as if he has not played cricket for two months and he is coming through a difficult period.

It will be interesting to see that Warner is coming back towards cricket slowly, that he will again entertain the audience with his bat in T20 cricket.